Transition Programs

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  • Transfer Scoop:  
    • Transfer Scoop is a bi-weekly newsletter distributed by UNCW's Office of Transition Programs and provides transfer students with information about campus events, important reminders, and tips from transfer students!
  • Transfer Student Welcome Guide: 
    • Check out the Transfer Student Welcome Guide to learn more about Teal Bridge, get an overview of departments on campus, and read advice from Teal Bridge Mentors about their favorite study spots on campus and favorite restaurants in Wilmington! Click here to view the Fall 2021 Transfer Student Welcome Guide.  

Campus Resources

For Information on additional UNCW resources, click here to view a full listing of university resources.

Career Center

The Career Center offers a variety of resources designed to assist students explore, experience, engage, and embark. These resources and services include: major exploration, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing,  job/internship searches and networking, graduate and professional school, and the transition from college life into the workplace.

Stacey Huffman, Assistant Director for Career Exploration
Fisher University Union, Suite 2035 | | 910.962.3174

Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center at UNCW strives to create an inclusive campus environment as reflected in the overall mission of the university. Their office works to promote diversity by ensuring an equal educational opportunity for all qualified students.

DePaolo Hall, Suite 1033 | | 910.962.7555

Military Affairs

UNCW has been nationally recognized as one of the most veteran friendly campuses. The Office of Military Affairs is responsible for developing and coordinating support services to help military-affiliated students achieve their academic and career goals and for advocating for student veterans, active duty personnel and dependents. The Military Resource Lounge, located in Veterans Hall, is a space specially designed to assist military-affiliated students learn about campus, UNC system services, study, and network with other military-affiliated students.

Melanie Nelson, Military Student Services Specialist 
Veterans Hall, Suite 1029 |  | 910.962.3874

Office of the Dean of Students and PERCH

The Office of the Dean of Students provides these PERCH services to off-campus, non-traditional, and graduate students at UNCW.  We create special programs and events for students, provide resources, and offer support to students. Services include:

Office of the Dean of Students
DePaolo Hall, Suite 1092 | 910.962.3119

Randall Library

The William M. Randall Library originally opened in 1969 and is expected to complete an expansion in fall 2022. The Randall Library offers extensive services and resources to help students be successful at UNCW. Check out just a few of those resources below: 

Research Help Desk or (910) 962-3760
Text a Librarian at (910) 218-0782

University College

University College contributes to UNCW's commitment to excellence in undergraduate education by building relationships and creating experience to support student transitions, persistence and success through academic advising, courses, programs and resources.

University College coordinates the UNI 201 Transfer Seminar. UNI 201: Transfer Seminar is a 3-credit course designed to support transfer students in transitioning to campus and optimizing their UNCW experience. Critical thinking, informational literacy skills, discussion, and group collaboration are emphasized as students focus on topics that are important to transfer student success and college success in general.

Hoggard Hall, Suite 172 | | 910.962.3245

University Learning Center

The University Learning Center is committed to being a vital part of UNCW students' education. Our academic support services are based on the principle that quality learning takes place when peers work collaboratively to develop knowledge and build skills. The University Learning Center provides students a learning environment and experience that differs from the classroom; we focus on high-quality individual, small-group and large-group student-centered and student-led learning.

DePaolo Hall, Suite 1056 | | 910.962.7857